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Greetings from Ticket Land!

The $225 tickets are sold out! All pre-sale tickets now cost $250.

Tickets are available for purchase through Walk In Outlets or Online. Go here for Outlet locations or to buy tickets:

The deadline to have your tickets mailed to you is fast approaching! All orders placed online after July 31st, 2004 are going to be held at Will Call. This means that you will not have the option to have your tickets mailed to you before Burning Man and you will have to pick it up upon arriving at Black Rock City.

In 2003 the Will Call lines at the Box Office were quite long and at times the wait was up to one hour to collect your tickets. We apologize for the long waits, we know it sucks but there is only so much that can be done on the playa.

Please help us to help you avoid long Will Call lines by planning ahead and buying your ticket *now* so that you have the option of having it mailed and in your hand when you arrive at Black Rock City.

Tickets at the Gate will cost at least $300 and will increase in price over the course of the event, most gate tickets will cost $350. Plan ahead – if you think you might go – get your ticket now – it won’t be hard to find someone who will be happy to use it in the event that you can’t go.

Questions about online orders:
Online Ordering Questions

Ticket FAQ:
Ticket FAQ

See y’all on the playa!!
The Ticket Team [para_end]

About the author: Will Chase

Will Chase

Will Chase is Burning Man's former Minister of Propaganda, working on global communications strategy. He was the editor-in-chief for the Jackrabbit Speaks newsletter and the Burning Man Journal, and content manager for Burning Man’s web properties. He also oversaw the ePlaya BBS and Burning Man’s social media presence. Will first attended Burning Man in 2001. He volunteered as the Operations Manager for the ARTery (Black Rock City’s art HQ) and was on the Burning Man Art Council from 2003-2008. He was Web Team Project Manager and Webmaster from 2004 until he transitioned to the Communications Department in 2009.